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ResourceRESOURCES: Examples of good practice, research, tools, reusable materials and other resources related to the development of lifelong learning regions

 

Library network

The learn and media competence in the region shall be developed through the creation of a network between schools, the regional media centre and libraries. In the schools digital media is introduced in the tuition, which asks for an infrastructure with a number of media available. The regional media centre helps with the distribution and also the schools themselves are directly connected to the centre. Also the school administration is connected in the network.

Lifelong learning in Finland and Finland’s path to a Learning society

Lifelong learning in Finland
The extent to which vocational education and training policy is nurturing lifelong learning in Finland

Kari Nyyssölä
Kimmo Hämäläinen

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities - Learning Needs Audit for SMEs (English)

Local and regional authorities throughout the world are transforming themselves into learning Cities and Learning Regions. China, Australia, Finland to name but a few from many have already made great strides in this movement. They see it as a means of creating future prosperity and social stability by developing the full human potential of all citizens in a rapidly changing 21st century. It is also a major focus for regions in Europe.

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Learning Needs Audit for Hungarian Regions - Ön is hozzájárulhat ahhoz, hogy az ön városa/régiója/megyéje is egyike lehessen Európa első „Tanuló Városa/Régiója” projektjeinek

A kiválasztott helyi/regionális/megyei önkormányzatok Irországot, Olaszországot, Norvégiát Skóciát és Franciaoszágot képviselik helyi együttmőködésben az egyetemekkel a LILARA-projekt kereteiben (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities – Tanulás helyi és regionális önkormányzatokban).

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Learning Needs Audit for Regions (English)

The LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authoritie) Project was a European Commission Lifelong Learning project to assess the needs of Local and Regional Authority Employees for Education about Learning Cities and Regions. This Audit is aimed at regions - there is another directed at cities.

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Learning Needs Audit for Schools in Italian

Your school and your ‘Learning City’
Attached below is the Italian version of the LILARA Learning Needs Audit for schools. The summary is given here in English.

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Learning Needs in Hungarian Cities -

Az elmúlt néhány esztendőben az Európai Unióban felértékelődött a tanítás és a tanulás korszerű, modern felfogása az oktatás és a képzés rendszerének átfogó keretében az úgynevezett Lisszaboni-folyamathoz kapcsolódóan. Ennek részeként elfogadottá vált a tanulás folyamatosságát, tehát az egész életen át tartó tanulást ösztönző és támogatgó formális, nem-formális és informális tanulási formák fejlesztése és támogatása.

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Regions Audit in Norwegian

LILARA-prosjektet hjelper lokale myndigheter til å identifisere de beste måtene å utvikle “lærende byer, områder og regioner” på. For å gjøre det enkelt brukes termen by her, selv om vi er klar over at prosjektet i enkelte land inkluderer større områder som er større enn byen. Lærende byer er betegnelsen som brukes der menneskelig potensial på tvers av alle aspektene i menneskers liv er anerkjent og utviklet for å hjelpe byen, lokale myndigheter og individer - ansatte og borgere – til å møte utfordringene i det 21. århundre.

LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Universities Audit in Hungarian - Nyílt level a résztvevőknek/éredklődőknek

Az Ön egyeteme és a ‘Tanuló Város’ kapcsolata’ – Egy felmérés/Audit

Mihez kérjük az ön segítségét a kérdőív kitöltésével?

LILARA (Learning Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Learning Needs Audit for Cities in Norwegian

Du kan hjelpe til med å gjøre din kommune til en av de første “Lærende byer” I Europa
Utvalgte lokale myndigheter I Irland, Italia, Norge, Ungarn, Skottland og Frankrike støtter sine lokale høgskoler/universiteter I et europeisk prosjekt som kalles LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authorities/Læring i Lokale og Regionale Myndigheter).

LILARA (Learning Needs in Local and Regional Authorities) Project - Audit of Learning Needs in Universities English Version

Local authorities throughout the world are transforming themselves into Learning Cities, Towns and Communities. China, Australia, Finland to name but a few from many have already made great strides in this movement. They see it as a means of creating future prosperity and social stability by developing the full human potential of all citizens in a rapidly changing 21st century. As drivers of this transformation process, they are involving the Learning Providers as a key part of the strategy.

LILARA Learning Needs Audit Tool for Learning City Administration employees

The LILARA (Learning in Local and Regional Authoritie) Project was a European Commission Lifelong Learning project to assess the needs of Local and Regional Authority Employees for Education about Learning Cities and Regions.

LILLIPUT Learning Materials

LILLIPUT - 14 modules of learning materials created in 2002/3 on many aspects of Learning City/Region activity.

Each of the 14 modules is divided into topics and each topic is divided into lessons. Thus a typical module will comprise 5 topics related to the theme of the module and a number of lessons for each topic. A complete module comprises:

a)A module description giving an overview of the subject matter and its relationship to the learning city, suggestions for adopting a learning approach and a list of the other modules

b)Module objectives and Target Audiences

LILLIPUT Learning Materials en Francais: Module 1 Introduction au concept de la Cité, la Ville et la Région apprenante – pourquoi, quoi, où, comment et pour qui ?

1. Ce module est une introduction à l’ensemble de sept modules qui traitent de différents aspects de la construction de la Société apprenante du 21ème siècle dans des villes, cités et régions.

2. Il examine les facteurs géographiques, éducatifs, culturels, politiques, environnementaux et économiques ainsi que les tendances qui font du concept de la Cité, la Ville et la Région Apprenante un important concept de notre temps.

LILLIPUT Learning Materials for Adult and Vocational Training

As we progress through the 21st century, adult and continuing vocational education organisations are constantly meeting the challenges of a rapidly changing educational environment. Not only are skills needs different year on year, but also new learning methods, personal updating imperatives and the requirements of students for ownership of their learning imposes distinctly different structures on the institution.

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